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米国の疼痛管理市場:消費者による戦略

Pain Management in the U.S.: Consumer Strategies

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米国の疼痛管理市場:消費者による戦略 Pain Management in the U.S.: Consumer Strategies
出版日: 2017年01月30日 ページ情報: 英文 111 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、米国消費者による疼痛管理の市場を調査し、疼痛の種類と概要、疼痛をもたらす各種疾患、疼痛に苦しむ患者のプロファイル、消費者による疼痛管理の各種手法とその効果、医師への受診と家庭療法、代替的ソリューションやホメオパシーへの関心、鎮痛剤利用の動向、処方薬・一般薬の利用動向などについてまとめています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 イントロダクション・概要

  • 疼痛とは?
  • 慢性的疼痛
  • 疼痛緩和への高い需要
  • 代替療法の成長

第3章 疼痛をもたらす疾患と患者

  • 疼痛・不調への対処:微妙なアプローチ
  • 健康情報の収集:メリット・デメリット
  • 疼痛中心の疾患
    • 人口構成的焦点:慢性関節疼痛・関節炎患者
    • 人口構成的焦点:心臓病・癌・腎臓疾患患者
    • 人口構成的焦点:片頭痛・腰痛・頚部痛・顔/顎痛患者
  • 患者
    • 1億人強が疼痛に苦しむ
    • 急性疼痛 vs 慢性疼痛
    • 急性疼痛 vs 慢性疼痛:疼痛区分別
    • 痛みの強さ
    • 痛みの強さ:急性疼痛 vs 慢性疼痛
    • 痛みの強さ:疼痛区分別

第4章 疼痛治療管理の手法と成果

  • 疼痛管理
    • 治療アプローチ:日々の軽度の疼痛 vs 重度の疼痛
    • 慢性・急性によるアプローチ
  • 医療従事者の役割
    • 受診先のタイプ
    • 受診先:従来型医療 vs 代替医療
    • 医師に対する患者の態度
    • 医師の治療アドバイス対する患者の態度
    • ガイド・情報ソースとしての医師に対する患者の態度
  • 治療法とその成果
    • プロフェッショナルオフィスでの治療の役割
    • 食品・ビタミン・家庭療法の役割、など
  • 代替的ソリューション・ホメオパシー・機能的ソリューション
    • 代替的ソリューション・ホメオパシーへの関心・態度、など

第5章 鎮痛剤

  • 薬の有効性・ブランド・パッケージ・情報に対する消費者の認識
    • 処方薬・一般用医薬品へに意識
    • パッケージ・製薬会社の情報に関する意識
  • 疼痛をもたらす疾患への鎮痛剤の利用
  • 処方薬
    • 処方薬の利用:経時的動向
    • 鎮痛のための処方薬
    • 高い有効性
    • 鎮痛目的のオピオイドの処方
  • 一般用医薬品
    • 非処方頭痛薬・鎮痛剤
    • 塗り薬・リキッド・ラップ、など
  • ビタミン・サプリメント
  • 月経痛
  • 付録
  • 消費者サーベイの調査手法
目次
Product Code: LA5916755

Understanding how consumers treat and manage their physical pain is fundamental to market participants' product and marketing strategies: it reveals pain sufferers' relationships with and among key market constituents, according to the nature of their pain. These relationships span a gamut of traditional and alternative healthcare practitioners, and prescription and non-prescription drugs, as well as vitamins and supplements, home remedies, diet and health and more. The relationships are informed by not only who and what pain sufferers choose to treat their pain but also by their attitudes towards those constituents, all the while assessing these relationships over time.

Pain Management in the U.S.: Consumer Strategies provides industry participants with an organized, insight-driven roadmap to navigating consumers' pain treatment and management strategies, helping to leverage market opportunity. The report focuses on how adults approach and treat their physical pain, emphasizing consumer survey analysis, including trends over time. The report studies two distinct groups: pain sufferers and adults who have selected illnesses/conditions strongly associated with physical pain and pain management. Demographic analysis of these groups is woven into report analysis. Content is further segmented by the nature of consumers' physical pain and chosen pain treatment methods and outcomes.

  • To assess the nature of consumers' physical pain, the report delves into its characterization as chronic or acute pain, the intensity of pain, and the type/source of pain reported; as well as the purpose for which selected pain relievers are used.
  • To assess chosen pain treatment methods and outcomes, the report studies the variety of methods pain sufferers chose to treat their pain, including prescription drugs, by type; non-prescription drugs, by type; healthcare practitioners, by type; vitamins and supplements, by type; and food, vitamin and home treatments, by type. In each case, method of use and obtainment of pain relief are included.

Content is also segmented according to illness sufferers' attitudes and behaviors toward a range of topics pertinent to pain treatment and management, including:

  • Quality of life, health and diet and weight management attitudes
  • Approaches to pain and illness
  • Attitudes toward prescription and non-prescription medication
  • Drug marketing and packaging
  • Doctor relationships
  • Health information gathering and assessment
  • Attitudes toward alternative and homeopathic medicine
  • Interest in homeopathic and functional pain medication

The report also provides comparative analysis, for example pain sufferers' approaches to minor, everyday pain versus the worst imaginable pain; or via targeted cross-tabbing analysis.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • PAIN AILMENTS AND SUFFERERS
  • Living with pain
  • Responding to pain and sickness: a nuanced approach
  • Gathering health information: boon and bane?
  • Pain-centric ailments
  • Demographic focus
  • Pain sufferers
  • PAIN TREATMENT MANAGEMENT, METHODS AND OUTCOMES
  • Managing pain
  • The role of the healthcare practitioner
  • Patient attitudes
  • Treatment methods and outcomes
  • Alternative, homeopathic and functional solutions
  • PAIN MEDICATION
  • Attitudes toward prescription and non-prescription medicine
  • Attitudes toward drug packaging and pharmaceutical company information
  • Use of medications to treat pain-causing illness
  • Prescription drugs used for pain
  • Non-prescription drugs used for pain
  • Vitamins and supplements
  • Menstrual pain

CHAPTER 2: INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW

  • WHAT IS PAIN?
  • Inherent subjectivity
  • Self-reporting is key
  • Disease or symptom?
  • Classifying pain
  • Nociceptive pain vs. neuropathic pain
  • Acute pain vs. chronic pain vs. cancer pain
  • LIVING WITH PAIN
  • Quality of life: the average adult's quest; the pain sufferer's Holy Grail?
  • Medication: important to enhancing quality of life
  • Table 2-1: Qualify of Life Attitudes: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • Health and diet play a role
  • Table 2-2: Diet and Nutrition Attitudes: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • Exercise and weight management
  • Table 2-3: Exercise and Weight Management Attitudes: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • HIGH DEMAND FOR PAIN RELIEF REMEDIES
  • GROWTH IN ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES

CHAPTER 3: PAIN AILMENTS AND SUFFERERS

  • RESPONDING TO PAIN AND SICKNESS: A NUANCED APPROACH
  • Table 3-1: How Consumers Respond to Pain and Sickness: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • GATHERING HEALTH INFORMATION: BOON AND BANE?
  • Table 3-2: Health Information Sources and Uses: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • PAIN-CENTRIC AILMENTS
  • Table 3-3: Ailments/Conditions Had in Last 12 months, by Type, 2007-2016
  • Demographic focus: Chronic joint pain and arthritis sufferers
  • Table 3-4: Patterns for Chronic Joint Pain Symptom and Arthritis, by Demographic, 2014
  • Demographic focus: Heart disease, cancer and kidney sufferers
  • Table 3-5: Patterns for Heart Disease, Cancer and Kidney Disease Sufferers, by Demographic,2014
  • Demographic focus: Migraine, lower back pain, neck pain and face/jaw pain sufferers
  • Table 3-6: Percent of Adults with Migraine, Lower Back Pain, Neck Pain and Face/Jaw Pain, by Demographic, 2014
  • PAIN SUFFERERS
  • More than 100 million strong
  • Table 3-7: Adults Who Have Suffered Physical Pain Limiting Everyday Function in Last 12 Months, 2016
  • Table 3-8: Physical Pain Suffered in Past 12 Months: Type of Pain and Type of Pain Suffered from Most, 2016
  • Acute pain versus chronic pain
  • Table 3-9: Physical Pain Suffered from Most in Past 12 Months: Acute vs. Chronic Pain, 2016
  • Acute pain versus chronic pain, by type of pain
  • Table 3-10: Types of Physical Pain Suffered from Most in Past 12 Months: Acute vs. Chronic Pain, 2016
  • Intensity of pain
  • Table 3-11: Physical Pain Suffered from Most in Past 12 Months: Ranked Intensity of Pain, 2016
  • Intensity of pain: acute pain versus chronic pain
  • Table 3-12: Physical Pain Limiting Functioning Most: Acute vs. Chronic, by Intensity of Pain,2016
  • Intensity of pain, by type of pain
  • Table 3-13: Physical Pain Limiting Functioning Most: Type and Intensity of Pain, 2016

CHAPTER 4: PAIN TREATMENT MANAGEMENT, METHODS AND OUTCOMES

  • MANAGING PAIN
  • Approaches to treating minor, everyday pain vs. the worst imaginable pain
  • Table 4-1: Preferred Approach to Managing Pain: Minor Everyday Pain vs. Worst Pain Imaginable, 2016
  • Approaches influenced by whether pain is acute or chronic
  • Table 4-2: Preferred Approach to Managing Minor Everyday Pain: Acute vs. Chronic Pain Sufferers, 2016
  • Table 4-3: Preferred Approach to Managing Worst Pain Imaginable: Acute vs. Chronic Pain Sufferers, 2016
  • THE ROLE OF HEALTHCARE PRACTITIONERS
  • Types of professionals visited
  • Table 4-4: Health Professionals Visited in Last 12 months, by Type of Professional, 2007-2016
  • Traditional vs. alternative healthcare practitioners
  • Table 4-5: Who Pain Sufferers Visit to Treat Pain: Traditional Healthcare Practitioner, Alternative Healthcare Practitioner, and Counseling/Therapy Practitioner, 2016
  • Table 4-6: Healthcare Practitioners Consumers Visit to Treat Pain: Traditional, Alternative, and Counseling/Therapy, by OTC, Prescription and Opioid Prescription Pain Medication Usage,2016
  • Table 4-7: Who Consumers Visit to Treat Pain: Got Relief vs. No Relief, by Type of Professional,2016
  • Patient attitudes toward their doctor
  • Table 4-8: Attitudes Toward Their Doctor: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • Patient attitudes toward doctor recommendations for medication
  • Table 4-9: Doctor Medication Recommendations: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • Patient attitudes toward doctors as guide and information source
  • Table 4-10: Doctor as Guide and Information Source: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • TREATMENT METHODS AND OUTCOMES
  • OTC remedies: widely used, offering reliable expectation of relief
  • Table 4-11: Over-the-Counter Medication: Used to Treat Pain and Relief from Pain, 2016
  • More than 9 in 10 pain sufferers who use prescription medication obtain pain relief
  • Table 4-12: Prescription Medication: Used to Treat Pain and Relief from Pain, 2016
  • The role of professional office treatments
  • Table 4-13: Professional Treatments Used to Treat Pain: Got Relief vs. No Relief, by Treatment,2016
  • The role of food, vitamin and home treatments
  • Table 4-14: Food, Vitamin and Home Treatments Used to Treat Pain: Got Relief vs. No Relief, by Treatment, 2016
  • Table 4-15: Food, Vitamin and Home Treatments Used to Treat Pain: Usage Indexes by Treatment Type, Alternative vs. Traditional Medicine Product Purchasers, 2016
  • ALTERNATIVE, HOMEOPATHIC AND FUNCTIONAL SOLUTIONS
  • Table 4-16: Consumer Degree of Preference of Alternative Medicine to Standard Medical Practices and Trust in Homeopathic Medicine, 2004-2016
  • Attitudes toward alternative and homeopathic medicine impede mainstream acceptance
  • Table 4-17: Consumer Preference of Alternative Medicine to Standard Medical Practices and Trust In Homeopathic Medicine: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • Table 4-18: Who Pain Sufferers Visit to Treat Pain: Traditional Healthcare Practitioner, Alternative Healthcare Practitioner, and Counseling/Therapy Practitioner, 2016
  • Pain sufferers exhibit interest in homeopathic and functional pain medication
  • Table 4-19: Interest in Retail Products to Treat Physical Pain, by Product Attribute, 2016

CHAPTER 5: PAIN MEDICATION

  • TAKING THE CONSUMERS' PULSE ON DRUG EFFICACY, BRANDING, PACKAGING AND INFORMATION
  • Attitudes toward prescription and non-prescription medicine
  • Table 5-1: Attitudes Toward Prescription and Non-Prescription Medicine: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • Attitudes toward drug packaging and pharmaceutical company information
  • Table 5-2: Attitudes Toward Drug Packaging and Pharmaceutical Company Information: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • USE OF MEDICATIONS TO TREAT PAIN-CAUSING ILLNESS
  • Table 5-3: OTC vs. Prescription Drug Use for Illness: Backache, Migraine, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Chronic Pain, 2007-2016
  • Table 5-4: OTC vs. Prescription Drug Use for Menstrual Pain, 2007-2016
  • PRESCRIPTION DRUGS USED FOR PAIN
  • Prescription drug use: trends over time
  • Table 5-5: Percent of U.S. Population That Has Used At Least One Prescription Drug in the Past 30 Days, 1988-2012
  • Table 5-6: Percent of U.S. Population That Has Used At Least Three Prescription Drugs in the Past 30 Days, 1988-2012
  • Prescription medications used to treat pain
  • Table 5-7: Prescription Medication Used to Treat Pain, by Medication Type, 2016
  • High degree of reported efficacy
  • Table 5-8: Prescription Medication: Used to Treat Pain and Relief from Pain, 2016
  • Opioid prescription analgesic usage
  • Table 5-9: Prescribed Outpatient Opioid Use and Expense Trends: 2002-2012
  • Table 5-10: Prescription Opioid Analgesic Use in Past 30 Days, by Selected Demographic, 2011-2012
  • NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUGS USED FOR PAIN
  • Table 5-11: Over-The-Counter Medication: Used to Treat Pain and Relief from Pain, 2016
  • Table 5-12: Over-The-Counter Medication Used to Treat Pain, By Medication Type, 2016
  • Non-prescription headache and pain relievers
  • Table 5-13: Non-Prescription Headache/Pain Reliever Usage, 2004-2016
  • Table 5-14: Non-Prescription Headache/Pain Reliever Usage Purposes, 2016
  • Table 5-15: Non-Prescription Headache/Pain Reliever Usage Purposes, 2004-2016
  • Table 5-16: Non-Prescription Headache/Pain Reliever Use and Usage Frequency, by Selected Illness/Condition, 2016
  • Table 5-17: Non-Prescription Headache/Pain Relievers: Consumer Usage Rates for Top Ten Brands, 2006, 2011, and 2016
  • Table 5-18: Non-Prescription Over-the-Counter Pain Relievers: Consumer Usage Rates for Top Ten Brands, 2006, 2011, and 2016
  • Table 5-19: Non-Prescription Pain Relievers Used Most, by Purpose of Pain Reliever Use, 2016
  • Pain relieving rubs/liquids/wraps
  • Table 5-20: Usage Rates for Non-Prescription Pain-Relieving Rubs/Liquids/Wraps, 2004-2016
  • Table 5-21: Non-Prescription Pain Relieving Rubs/Liquids/Wrap Use and Usage Purpose, by Selected Illness/Condition, 2016
  • VITAMINS AND SUPPLEMENTS
  • Table 5-22: Attitudes Toward Vitamins: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • Table 5-23: Vitamin/Mineral/Supplement Use and Usage Frequency: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • Table 5-24: Vitamin/Mineral/Supplement Use and Types Used: Adults Reporting Moderate-to-Severe Suffering, by Illness/Condition, 2016
  • MENSTRUAL PAIN
  • Table 5-25: Menstrual Pain Sufferers: Indexes for Pain Relieving Rubs/Liquids/Wraps and Headache/Pain Reliever Use and Usage Purpose, 2016
  • APPENDIX
  • CONSUMER SURVEY METHODOLOGY
  • Terms and definitions
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